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Secretary-Treasurer, Local Chairman workshop are full: Waiting lists created for upcoming classes

CLEVELAND, January 18 The BLET Education & Training Department announced today that waiting lists have been established for upcoming Secretary-Treasurer and Local Chairman workshops. The Secretary-Treasurer Workshop near Baltimore (February 10-14) and the Local Chairman Workshop at the University of Illinois-Champaign (March 17-23) are full.

Waiting lists have been established to accommodate ongoing requests. Those who sign up now will be given a spot in the current workshops if someone else drops out. Secretary-Treasurers who sign up now may be able to get a spot in the next workshop, which will be held in Vancouver, Wash., from April 1-5, 2013. However, that workshop is nearly full, and those who miss out will be guaranteed a spot in the next ST workshop later this year, which will be announced at a future date. Local Chairmen who sign up now will be guaranteed a spot at their next workshop, which will be announced at a future date.

If you are a Secretary-Treasurer and wish to add your name to the waiting list, please visit the National Division website: www.ble-t.org/st. Local Chairmen can sign up for the waiting list here: www.ble-t.org/lc.

For more information, please contact Ken Kroeger of the BLET Education & Training Dept. at (216) 272-0986 or kroeger@ble-t.org.

Friday, January 18, 2013
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